A large technological show: Uninvited guests in social networks

  • A large technological show: Uninvited guests in social networks
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    This week Adrian and the panel to discuss the thorny issue of whether all social media should be allowed — or obligation — to kick people to solicit views and opinions that are considered extreme and dangerous.
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This week Adrian and the panel to discuss the thorny issue of whether all social media should be allowed — or obligation — to kick people to solicit views and opinions that are considered extreme and dangerous.

This is a problem that Twitter now hamfistedly trying to deal with In the case of Alex Jones, an American conspiracy theorist whose information war the channel was accused of inciting violence sentiment in their programs and publications. (Jones claimed that the terrorist attacks of 11 September in the United States was “an internal matter” and that the sandy hook massacre that killed innocent children, never happened.)

Facebook and YouTube started Jones and infowars off. Are they right?

It is a question of freedom of speech or of sensible police officers in social networks?

Joining Adrian to discuss this issue is not Gurdiev Constantine, a Professor of Finance and former editor of business and Finance, and Jason O’mahony, a political expert and regular columnist with the times Ireland edition of “the Sunday times”.

Gurdiev claims that the spade from the social networking ban the voices, even those as disgusting as Jones, as in social networks, in public places is now.

O’mahony says it is in proportion to ban characters like Jones.

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